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We Need your Photos for New Book!

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Lodi Historical Society seeks community participation for new Lodi history book. Needs historic photographs.

The Lodi Historical Society has announced plans to collaborate with Arcadia Publishing, the largest local history publisher in the United States, to publish a new book on the history of Lodi, California.The book will be a part of the award-winning Images of America series and will be titled: LODI 1945-2005. The Society will partner with Lodi native Ralph A. Clark, author of the popular Images of America: LODI (Arcadia Publishing) released last year. The new book will continue Lodi's history through the post war years to the present.

In an effort to promote the importance of preserving local history to the community, the Lodi Historical Society will launch a collaborative effort with the community asking for any historic photographs that can help illustrate our shared history as Lodians to be included in the new book.

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Book Signings and Appearances

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Book signings have been scheduled over the next few months.  I'll be at these locations gratefully signing copies of Images of America Lodi and promoting Lodi History.com.  So stop on by, say hello, and talk some Lodi history!

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Books In Lodi Now

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I am proud to finally announce that books and the postcard packets are now available at locations in Lodi.  This list should grow in the coming weeks as more retailers get on board supporting Lodi history. 

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New Images of America: Lodi Book on sale

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Arcadia Publishing's newest release in it's award winning Images of America series will feature the history ofLodi as told through historic photographs.  Local author Ralph A. Clark has assembled a selection of over 200 photographs from several local collections to help illustrate the history of livable, lovable Lodi.

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Postcards of America: Lodi on sale

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A great companion piece to the Images of America: LODI book is the Postcards of America LODI packet which also features our beloved city.  The postcard packet contains 15 selected photographs from the Lodi book made into gorgeous post cards.

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Lodi News-Sentinel Article

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The release of Images of America: LODI was featured on the front page of the Monday edition of the Lodi News-Sentinel.  Check it out if you haven't seen it yet.  Special thanks to the Sentinel and Ross Farrow for covering the release of the book.

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Arcadia Announces Lodi Book

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National book publisher Arcadia Publishing has announced its newest title in the Images of America Series.  The new book will feature the small Central Valley city of Lodi, California.

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About Lodi History.com

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Lodi History.com was started by a small group of individuals dedicated to preserving and sharing the history of Lodi, California.  We noticed there was a need for easier access to our local history after encountering several frustrating difficulties when researching a new local history book for Arcadia Publishing.

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Official Launch of Lodi History.com!

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Welcome to this new website.  Happy 4th of July to everyone and happy birthday to www.LodiHistory.com!  Test

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Did You Know? / Lodi Fun Facts

This area won first prize for one of its products at the 1867 Paris World's Fair.  Can you guess what it was?  It wasn't grapes ... it was flour made from wheat.  In fact, the conditions for growing grain in the late 1800's were better than in the Midwest and by 1880 San Joaquin County was producing the largest wheat crop in the world.